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Ist Annual Town Wide Yard Sale
August 19th 8:00 am -4:00 pm
Inclulding Au Sable Forks, Black Brook sides, Jay, Upper Jay
1. Tim & Teena Snow (2410 Rt.9N Next to Gordon Oil)
2. Kay Coolidge and Judy Ford (Rt.9N #2492 Across from the Wobbly Moose)
3. Audrey Godlewski (11h North Mrain Street Across from the Black Brook Offices)
4. Susan Richards (6 Grove Road across from Travy G's)
5. Sue Puliltzer (1206 Main St. Across from the Holy Name School)
6. Tammy Bola (106 Church Lane, Pass the Bus Garage)
7. Mark Clark (11 Garso Lane: across Jersey Bridge, left on Burt Lane to Garso)
8. Joe Bola (50 Broad Lane: across Jersey Bridge straight ahead and all the way up the hill)
9. Raymond Losso (Rt. 9N to 869 Stickney Bridge Road: shortly pass the Elk Farm)
10. Cloud Spin Store (NYS Rt.9N Jay)
11. Marilyn Rosen (NYS Rt. 9N Jay right after the Cloud Spin)
12. Debby Boyce (13043 NYS Rt.9N: Near the Jay Fire House (Girl Scout Cookie Sale)
13. Roger Likewise (1 Jay Village Green Park)
14. Nadine McLaughlin (Up Rt.86 from the Jay Park 6688 Mountain View Farm)
15. Angie Williams (11 Danielle Road Rt.86)
(Next Back Down and across NYS Rt.9N)
16. Peter Brown (32 Howard Heights: First road Pass the Rapids) Next: Right off Howard Heights up past Ward Lumber on the Glen Road to the end turn left on Jay Mt. Road)
17. Lynn Clausen (Jay Mountain Road)
(Back to Trumbull Road all the way down to Upper Jay Rt.9N right across the bridge)
18. Marlene Prescott (Brook side Motor Inn: corner of 9N North and Springfield Road)
19. Dan Vincent (straight up the hill on Springfield Road to the Bartlett Road first road on the left to the Vincent's Wood Craft Shop)
Would like to thank everyone for participating in the
1st Annual Town Wide Yard Sale
Ice storm of the Century Devastates Northcountry.January 1998
Town of Jay Happy 200th Birthday Party at the 1829 Southmayd Stone House May 1998
Natives and Outsiders at the Jay Old Covered Bridge. June 1998
Jane McCrae Murdered by Indians in Ft. Edward NY. July 1777
Adirondack Great Camps: Adventures in the Wilderness.
Miss P, the famous www.Internet web purrcat, interviews Tramp, our Fourpeaks barking cocker.
Ironman USA comes to Fourpeaks.
Chickadees In Winter
Flying Critters on your Adirondack Vacation.
Adirondack Letters: "Hints of Balsam and Pine from our corner of the Adirondacks."
AuSable River Swimming: Where the Pools Are Never Crowded, And Water Slides Are Nature's Own (New York Times)
A new novel about Fourpeaks: Moss Krupnick's Daughters of Utopia, 196 pages, $9.98
For your Adirondack experience--"Stay Awhile In Style!" Plattsburgh-Republican November 2002.
NATURE WITHIN REACH: Luxury Camping. (July 2004, Southwest Airlines SPIRIT (In-flight Magazine.)
Annual Jay Yard Sale. (First Sale August 19, 2006.)
Glamping. (Glamorous Camping.) (Jan-Feb, Nov-Dec 2008, Women's Adventure Magazine.)
"Imagine a place that preserves the charm of the nineteenth-century back-country dwellings . . ." ADIRONDACK LIFE, 2006 Collectors Issue.
Fourpeaks Outdoor Activities. A 700-acre private Adirondack wilderness right at your door. 20 miles of hiking/skiing trails. No traveling to get there. No crowds at the trailheads and summits. An unequalled nature experience with no people. River swimming and fishing at the nearby AuSable River. A wilderness lake. Lots more. Browse our 10 activity pages. [CLICK HERE for Fourpeaks Adirondack Activities.]
Are you in this picture? Fourpeaks hosts now welcome paying guests to a 700-acre rest and playground for vacations in the Adirondack Great Camp tradition. Couples appreciate Fourpeaks secluded settings. Outdoor loving families have fun exploring our accessible wilderness. Folks with dogs enjoy the open spaces to run their pets. A private nature rereat. For a vacation away from it all. Are you in this picture? CLICK HERE to find out! [More about this at Frequently Asked Questions.]
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